The Two-Minute Drill | Bears' Justin Fields is making noise in Chicago, running past the competition

In this week's edition of the Two-Minute Drill, Yahoo Sports’ Andy Behrens talks about Fields’ monster performance in week 9 vs. the Dolphins, including why opposing defenses should fear the duality of the former Ohio State quarterback moving forward.

Video Transcript

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ANDY BEHRENS: I'm Andy Behrens. This is the Two-Minute Drill. Start the clock.

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There's just a lot going on in the NFL right at this moment. But if you give a Bears fan, like myself, 120 seconds to discuss football in the aftermath of week 9, they are definitely going to give you an earful about Justin Fields.

PAUL MCCARTNEY: (SINGING) Strawberry fields forever.

ANDY BEHRENS: And that's what's about to happen. You guys know the details from Sunday's performance against Miami. Fields passed for three touchdowns, he ran for another while setting the NFL's single-game record for rushing yards by a quarterback. He scored over 40 fantasy points.

- What an athlete, a tremendous competitor.

ANDY BEHRENS: And he did it on a day that the wheels just absolutely came off for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. Whew. Whew. Whew. I'm just here to tell you, Monday was a wonderful day to wake up as a Bears fan. But you didn't click this video to listen to me just being a meathead fan. You probably came for some level of fantasy insight.

- Everything you got! Everything you got! Everything you got!

ANDY BEHRENS: Well, here you go. Fields is now on pace to rush for over 1,100 yards on the season, which is just a stupid total.

- You're my boy, Blue!

ANDY BEHRENS: Both he and Lamar Jackson are probably going to finish top 10 in the league in rushing, which is crazy. Chicago all of a sudden averaging 31 points per game over the past three weeks after Luke Getsy reimagined this Bears offense. Just in case you're a fantasy manager wondering if perhaps you should sell high on Fields-- he's a buzzy quarterback-- I will just draw your attention to the Bears' rest-of-season schedule. Detroit this week.

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Atlanta the next week.

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Those are two of the league's most generous pass defenses. Chicago gets the Lions again in week 17 when fantasy championships are decided.

- Wah, wah, wee, wah. High five.

ANDY BEHRENS: The most important week of the year in the fantasy calendar, Fields gets the Lions. If anything right now, Justin Fields is a buy high. We have not seen the last of his QB1 weeks.

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